|Thursday, March 9, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 112
Fee increase proposed to benefit students
'Ashes to ashes...'
Father John J. Boll, campus minister and director of the Catholic Community at UH, applies ashes to the forehead of political science junior Muria Silva during Ash Wednesday services at the A.D. Bruce Religion Center. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent for Catholics.
UH administrators gathered in the University Center during Wednesday's
lunch hour to discuss proposed Fall 2000 fee increases with a handful of
I can remember when MTV started. For a few years, it actually showed
the potential to be a force for good. The sell out was inevitable, however,
and now MTV (and its sister VH1) are little more than "Nickelodeon for
teens" and ruthless marketing machines.
After a giant leap to the moon, it's time for NASA to take another in
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- For the first time in 12 tries, the UH men's basketball team finally got it right.